Daily Archives: April 2, 2016

The Goodman Theatre’s THE MATCHMAKER: Just Right

It is just what it always has been, a scrambled, scattered, flyaway farce, full of loose ends, moralizing asides and fascinating people. Its happy endings sprout right down to the footlights, where they speak up, wishing you the same. Enticingly adorned and enjoyably staged, it has the adaptable shape of a beanbag, a pixilated warmth […]